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Human rights organisation Amnesty International has criticised Abu Dhabi in the days before F1’s high-profile and glitzy season finale
Political criticism of grand prix hosts like Bahrain and China is common, but a report entitled ‘There is no freedom here’ published this week by Amnesty said violations by the United Arab Emirates “has gone largely ignored by the world”.
Jean Todt insists Ferrari is not in the sort of crisis today that he found at Maranello more than two decades ago.
The ninth round of the 2014 DTM season will be held from 27th to 28th September at Zandvoort, Netherlands.
The Chinese round that originally was supposed to be held at Guangzhou, on this weekend, had to be cancelled as the modifications necessary for erecting the circuit proved to be far more extensive than planned.
After four consecutive world championships, Sebastian Vettel’s fall from grace has been swift in 2014.
Although a chassis change after China appeared to have worked for the German, Vettel’s troubles returned with a vengeance in Monaco, where poor reliability spoiled not only his qualifying, but also the race.